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Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

June 2010 Volume 10, Number 2


Glen L. Bull; Lynn Bell; Chrystalla Mouza

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Use of Digital Fabrication to Incorporate Engineering Design Principles in Elementary Mathematics Education

    Robert Q. Berry & Glen Bull, University of Virginia, United States; Christine Browning, Western Michigan University, United States; Christine D. Thomas, Georgia State University, United States; Glen Starkweather, ITEEA, United States; James Aylor, University of Virginia, United States

    Two technology association—SITE and ITEEA—and two mathematics education associations—AMTE and NCTM—recently began a joint exploration of methods for identifying natural connections between... More

    pp. 167-172

  2. Editorial: Fast Forward in English Education: Policy into Practice

    Janet Alsup, Purdue University, United States

    Welcome to the special issue of the Contemporary Issues in Technology and English Language Arts Teacher Education journal dedicated to work initiated at the June 2009 Conference on English... More

    pp. 173-174

  3. Video-Based Response & Revision: Dialogic Instruction Using Video and Web 2.0 Technologies

    Anne Heintz, Carlin Borsheim, Samantha Caughlan, Mary M. Juzwik & Michael B. Sherry, Michigan State University, United States

    This article documents the curricular decisions made by a teacher educator research team whose guiding theoretical focus for intern practice is dialogic instruction. Over a 2-year sequence,... More

    pp. 175-196

  4. Reframing Multimodal Composing for Student Learning: Lessons on Purpose from the Buffalo DV Project

    Suzanne Miller, University at Buffalo (SUNY), United States

    In a study of urban secondary teachers moving out of professional development and into their classrooms, the research team documented the learning processes of teachers and student groups during... More

    pp. 197-219

  5. Images over time: The Intersection of Social Studies through Technology, Content, and Pedagogy

    Elizabeth Wilson & Vivian Wright, The University of Alabama, United States

    In this study, the authors examined the intersections between technology, pedagogy, and content through two social studies teachers’ development from preservice to in-service teaching. Qualitative ... More

    pp. 220-233

  6. Web 2.0 in the classroom? Dilemmas and opportunities inherent in adolescent Web 2.0 engagement.

    Sandy Schuck, Peter Aubusson & Matthew Kearney, University of Technology, Sydney: Education, Australia

    The paper discusses the implications of the current phenomenon of adolescent engagement in digital spaces. Young people are increasingly active Web 2.0 users, and their interactions through these... More

    pp. 234-246

  7. Best Practices for Producing Video Content for Teacher Education

    Stein Brunvand, University of Michigan-Dearborn, United States

    Through the use of Web 2.0 technologies the production and distribution of professional digital video content for use in teacher education has become more prevalent. As teachers look to learn from... More

    pp. 247-256